有同学开车去到过加拿大北部的三个地区么..?

不是飞过去再开而是从主要城市一路开过去那种

有点想一路自驾到极北之地去…

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这个技术上可行,但是首先你得有钱买辆车去啊
还有就是燃料费用
:yaoming:

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他们仨开过车,去过更北

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基本冻土地啊怎么开车。不过你可以试试泛美公路开的阿拉斯加(途径加拿大)

呃,还是打算沿着正常的路面上开的

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开车倒是没有问题

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开哪种车

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自然是皮卡了
你得需要买个改装track和航空煤油的皮卡,大概20万美元。
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穿越用的jet A特别贵基本20/gallon……
先攒钱吧

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有这个钱还是坐飞机 :yaoming:

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truck太弱了,直接上这个,带上全部坛友一起穿越。记得向导说,一辆大概100万美元

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YT和NT可以,NU应该不行。但是车还得开回去,除非像远夏那样到阿拉斯加把车卖了。

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The Northernmost connected road in North America is actually in the US, Dalton highway that ends in deadhorse.

It’s a gravel road but you can drive pretty much any car on it in the summer. AS has scheduled flights to deadhorse, there is also a small hotel/hostel in which you can stay for the night, but there’s no rental car facility there :sweat_smile:

There is also a Inuvik–Tuktoyaktuk Highway in Canada, both of them end on the shore of the arctic ocean and the one in the US is about 1 degrees further north.

:yaoming: 并不是,这只是registered road罢了。
到north有大量unpaved

著名的死马镇

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Unpaved不等于直接在苔原上开吧?

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那地方没公路……可以和政府的补给船一起一年去一趟
或者自己开破冰船也行

Both Dalton and ITH are unpaved gravel road, pavement can’t survive the winters up there.

Both of them also end on the shore of the Arctic ocean, you might be able to drive tracked vehicle on the frozen ocean in the winter, but it would be difficult to argue that the ocean is a road :yaoming:.

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苔原上有土著开的路,那个是没有标记但是可以走车的

一看您就怯勺了,白在加拿大呆了,那里有路的

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你如果定义雪地是路也行,一路上没加油站遇到暴风雪连 emergency service 都没有
人类聚集地当然有少量公路,剩下大部分毛都没有

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